Vision Boarding with David Mahoney – WEDNESDAY 18TH MAY

Vision Boarding with David Mahoney – WEDNESDAY 18TH MAY

Time: 7pm – 8pm

Info: This workshop is all about vision boards, goals and intention setting as we approach the mid-point of the year. This workshop is for everyone, from those who regularly do vision cards to those with a curious mind. Together we’ll explore ways of setting goals across all life areas, getting intentional and the many ways on how to create vision boards. There will be something for everyone to take away.

David is a trainee counsellor (CPCAB Level 4 and BACP member) with over four years of sobriety under his belt. Through his decision to get sober, came a big personal development and growth journey which led to his retraining as a counsellor. A mental health and self-care advocate, David’s mission is to allow people to find empowerment in their life and for everyone to speak and listen openly about their feelings. More information at @davidmahoneygram

Location: Zoom

This is a members-only event. If you’d like to become a member, join the waitlist here.

Emily

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Tackling the Stigma Around Being Booze-Free

Tackling the Stigma Around Being Booze-Free

When it comes to living a booze-free life, the stigma is unfortunately VERY real.

​You may have been met with weird looks when you say you’re not drinking, been called boring, or just felt overwhelmed by the amount of alcohol advertising you see everywhere. 

​Living a booze-free life in a society that is built for getting boozy is tough. But there are things we can all do to help tackle the stigma…

1. Talk about it

Start open and honest discussions with people about alcohol and our relationship with it.

2. Challenge people

Challenge people when they judge others for not drinking. Don’t be afraid to speak up!

3. Get involved in the discussion

Get involved in conversations in the online world. Find Instagram accounts, Facebook groups, digital communities…and have your say.

4. Complain to the ASA

Make a complaint to the Advertising Standards Authority about any ads you think are harmful or perpetuate the stigma.

5. Be open minded

Have an open mind, respect other people’s views, and be curious.

Yin & Tonic – Monday 2nd May

Yin & Tonic – Monday 2nd May

Time: 7:00pm – 8:00pm

Join us as we harness the powers of yin energy to get you crystal clear on the month ahead. The session will include guided meditation, goal getting and intention setting. You will leave feeling energised, have more clarity for the month ahead and actionable steps to help you stay on track.

Come as you are and get ready for a soul nourishing session!

We’ll bring the yin, you bring the tonic! Do make sure you bring your favourite AF tipple!

Location: Zoom

This is a members-only event. If you’d like to become a member, join the waitlist here.

Emily

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